The Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve (TATR) in Maharashtra is going to open from October 1, 2020. Keeping the current situation in mind, as per authorities only a small number of tourists will be there per vehicle for the safari.
Also, as per reports, the reopening depends on the approval by the local administration and natives.
Talking about other santuaries, the Okhla Bird Sanctuary was open from September 15; Karnataka’s Nandi Hills reopen too. They are keeping all safety measures to prevent the spread of Coronavirus.
The new highlights of this sanctuary are:
- hi-resoution, 360-degrees camera for real-time bird-watching
- more new shelters and sheds
- display signs showing flora and fauna
Also, Nandi Hills in Karnataka was open from September 7. As per reports, about 15000 tourists came in first week of opening . The number might rise in coming days.
rules for entry into national parks
- Children below the age of 10 years of age, visitors above 65 and pregnant women cannot enter.
- Not more than six people including a driver and a guide per vehicle will be allowed.
- Physical distancing, sanitising, thermal scanning and masks are mandatory.
- Wearing masks, social distance and sanitising hands is compulsory. Also, thermal scanning of visitors will be done.
- People with symptoms cannot enter the park even if they have done the safari booking in the Tiger reserve
So, now you can visit and enjoy a safari ride in these santuaries and national park. Also, bookings are to be done before.
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